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May 21, 2016
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Feb 17, 2014 Deanna Smith, Tedd A. Smith, Mike Williams, April West
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I wrote this to commemorate the death of Amber, a beautiful young girl who lost her battle with complications of leukemia, and dedicated it to all those who left us too soon.  They will always be in our hearts.   The music is performed by Street Legal: April West, Deanna Smith, Tedd Smith, and Mike Williams
Topics: music, ballad, rock, hope, love, heart
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Sep 26, 2007 Route 66
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This is Jewel City, a promotional film from the Panama-Pacific Exposition of 1915. I found it here on the archive and realized that not only was it in pitiful shape, but that people were watching it and not understanding what was going on in the movie. I also noticed it was a bit short for the short films of the time, and between that and the cuts that showed nothing, I surmised that additional footage may have been intended to be added later. Well, I found additional footage (here on the...
Topics: Jewel City, Panama-Pacific Exposition, PPE, Fantasy, Silent, Short, Tedd Smith
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Jul 8, 2007 Tedd Smith
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Neo-classical for Guitar. In the absence of a full orchestra, the Roland GK-20 guitar synthesizer takes up the slack. There is only one guitar, a Jackson Dinky Strat with reverse headstock loaded with a GK2A, also by Roland. Recorded on two tracks on Memorial Day, the set has no other defining theme, and is an experiment in using the GK-20 effectively. We think these selections are absolutely beautiful, we hope you enjoy.
Topics: GK-20, Guitar Synthesizer, Guitar Synth, Jackson, Tedd, Smith, Tedd Smith, neo classical, Guitar.
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Jun 25, 2007 Tedd Smith
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This is a short sample of a dirty bass sound using a Moog MG-1, yes, the "Realistic" Moog. An envelope divider is used to drop an octave. Go Poly!
Topics: MG1, Moog, Bass, Dirty, Realistic, Polysynth
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Jun 4, 2006 Tedd Smith
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This is not the original recording by the Who. This is the scratch track for Tedds long in the works raggae version. Banjo, Analogue Solutions Euro-rack Modular Synthesizer, bass, and dulcimer, so you may well ask WHICH country is this raggae from. Tedd plays all instruments, all accoustic, except the synth, of course. I'm adding this version because it's never had the dulcimer solo on the end, and that will be replaced in the finished work.
Topic: Banjo, Dulcimer, Synth, Synthesizer, Baba OReilly, Raggae, Country